Three Kurdish women have been found in Paris shot dead in the head, with one of them allegedly a PPK separatist movement co-founder.
The women were found outside the Kurdish institute in the French capital, and one of the victims’ names has already been disclosed: 32-year-old Fidan Dogan reportedly worked for the institute.
The bodies were discovered at 1 am GMT.
“The scene [of the crime] could give rise to the idea that this was an execution, but the investigation will have to establish the exact circumstances of this incident,” a police source told AFP.
The identities of the other two women, who were reportedly Kurdish activists but not employees of the institute, were not immediately known.
All three women were last seen on Wednesday, late in the afternoon, in the building of the Kurdish institute.